In thanksgiving to God and the college’s loyal family of generous benefactors, having now raised the necessary funds to build the glorious new Gothic Christ the King Chapel, the college community is eager to begin the 16-19-month building process.

At Christendom, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the source and summit of our Catholic academic community. Every day, classes and activities cease near mid-day for students, professors, and staff to come together and worship the Lord.

With ground officially broken, the Chapel project is moving forward with several milestones recently accomplished.

The important Storm Water Management Plan was recently approved by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. This crucial step enabled the local government, Warren County, to issue pre-approval of the site plan in order for the college to commence with initial pre-construction site work for the new Chapel.

“We are standing on the threshold of this momentous project in our college history thanks to the grace of God and the thousands of generous benefactors who continue to support Christendom College,” says vice president for advancement Paul Jalsevac. “Together, we are building a glorious chapel that will help generations of young Catholics continue to worship the source of all truth, Jesus Christ.”